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Radiografías

(In English: X-ray)

Las radiografías son fotografías especiales del interior de tu cuerpo. El médico decidirá cuándo necesitas una radiografía y qué parte del cuerpo deberá recibir estos rayos X. Para sacar estas “fotografías” se necesita una máquina especial para radiografías. Cuando la imagen se revele, ésta no se verá como la foto que pones en tu álbum, pero el médico sabrá interpretarla sin problemas. Los médicos pueden ver huesos rotos, infecciones pulmonares y mucho más. ¡Superman tendrá vista de rayos X, pero tu médico cuenta con una máquina de rayos X!

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